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  • DLAB Leadership From Within: Part I

    The Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors program kicked off on Monday, January 16. This program is designed specifically for first-year students as a space to reflect on how their personality, experiences, and identity influence their leadership decisions and individual values.

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  • Notes from the Field: Bethany Malzman '19

    Bethany Malzman '19 describes her internship experience in the office of Rep. Wasserman Schultz as giving her a "newfound perspective on public policy. Capitol Hill is a dynamic atmosphere, with no two days the same. I also better understand myself both as a leader and collaborator."

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017

    Today we take the time to remember Martin Luther King Jr. who fought to change civil rights in American history. There are many opportunities at Dartmouth College to celebrate MLK Day. 

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  • Class of 2019 First-Year Fellow: Tara Burchmore

    For her First-Year Fellowship, Tara was placed in the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand '88 (D-NY) where she worked as the Defense Intern, focusing on policies surrounding Senator's position on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

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  • Making a Difference at Ivy Summit

    At the Ivy Summit, Rockefeller Mini-Grant Recipient Andrea Sedlacek '20 illustrates how the conference sparked her passion towards "puting an effort into changing the systems that aren’t working."

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  • Notes from the Field: Faith Rotich ’18

    As a student interested in a career in economic development, I learned about the different ways in which lack of, or limited access to the rule of law impedes the improvement of standards of living and economic development in general.

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  • Strengthening the Dartmouth Outing Club

    Rockefeller Mini-Grant Recipient Alex Lochoff '17 reflects on how he can use what he learned at a recent conference to lead the DOC with taking "tangible steps forwards to engaging more cultures on campus in the outdoors."

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